I am quite fond of this $29 Apple watch band.
The ease of swapping bands is one of the things that makes an Apple Watch an effective fitness tracker. This is my 'elegant' watch band. My daughter, an 11 year-old fashionista, says it is her favorite.
Shortening the bracelet was a bit of a thing. It may just be my eyes, because this got a lot easier when I started to work under my desktop magnifier. Removing the links was easy, snapping the thing back together, not so much. There are several independent and fluid moving pieces of metal, and the springs in the pins want to make them jumpy.
The butterfly clasp works well, and there is also a black for the black watch bodies.
Be sure to pick the right size for your watch face.
LDFAS Apple Watch Natural Red Wood/Stainless Steel via Amazon
Check out these GLORIOUS images of a wonderful 1980s robot-space-tech themed watch with little pop-out mechanical arms.
The Nikon Museum in Tokyo issued this handsome wristwatch commemorating the 60th anniversary of the revolutionary Nikon F camera. Apparently the company only made 100 of the watches for sale in their museum gift shop for around US$180. From PetaPixel: The understated silver watch face is complimented by a black leather band and features an […]
Here’s Bond’s wristwear from Dr. No to Spectre. While the Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar from Moonraker (1979) and the Hamilton Pulsar LED watch seen in Live and Let Die (1973) were high-tech icons of their age, it’s the, er, timelessness of the Rolex Submariner from Dr. No (1962) that always feels so right now.
Maybe you had a piano teacher as a kid that drove you off the instrument forever. Or maybe you always wished for some serious training, but never found the time. Whether you have dreams of tossing off a Beethoven or Chopin piece at the drop of a hat or you have visions of being the […]
When you see that curved arrow on the side of a cardboard box, you instantly know that box came from Amazon. The unfurled rainbow feathers of a peacock immediately scream NBC. And a partially eaten piece of fruit in the profile is a world-recognized symbol of tech titan Apple. Icons are powerful symbols, condensing volumes […]
Call it retro. Call it a throwback. Even call it kitsch. But the 80s are still a singular time in pop culture history. From Ghostbusters and Back to the Future to your neighborhood arcade and the Atari 2600, artifacts of that seminal decade still resonate, evoking audible excitement and sighs of pleasant yesteryear remembrance. But […]